Alicia

Justin

Fall Harvest Still-lifes:  Children worked from a variety of  live fruits and vegetables laid out on four different tables. The medium is soft pastel on 18" x 12" black construction paper.

Ethan

Anuhea

Kainoa

Leila

Kanit

Blake

Crazy Yarn Bowls: Students enjoyed creating these colorful accessory bowls as gifts to family members.

Kanit

Jack

Titus

Liliko

Blake

Ascher

Mikayla

Joey (work in progress)

Katelyn

Kanit

Leila

Justin

Joey

Titus

Elizabeth

Lauren

Mikayla

Alicia

Mikayla

Kainoa

Joey

Ethan

Jack

Katelyn

Irie

Titus

Justin (back side)

Ascher

Joey

Titus

Elizabeth: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.

Aura Drawings help children gain a better understanding of shape through encircling an object or image in bands of color.

Lauren (front side)

Mikayla

Undersea Watercolor Paintings

Alicia

Justin

Jack

Sophia

Alicia

Sophia

Anuhea

Lauren

Crazy Paper Tile Patterns: created separately, students worked with the idea these cut paper designs would be displayed as a group, each pattern relating to other patterns.The panel should be viewed as a whole, illustrating teamwork in art.

Liliko

Irie

Anuhea

Irie

Paper Weavingis an important skill to develop fine motor technique and aid mathematical reasoning. This exercise is NOT simple for a second grader.

Katelyn

Lauren

Justin (front side)

Irie

Sophia

Justin

Kanit

Irie

Katelyn

Ascher

Justin

Ascher

Anuhea

Justin

Anuhea

Ethan (back side)

Mikayla: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.

Titus

Katelyn

Leila

Holy Nativity School

Student Art Gallery

Lauren: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.

Kanit

Irie

Sophia

Liliko

Justin

Sophia


Katelyn

Blake

Alicia

Katelyn

Leila

Liliko

Ethan

Ethan

Elizabeth

Jack

Anuhea

Liliko

Ethan (front side)

Leila

Katelyn

Leila: Selected for exhibition at the Hawaii State Capitol Building during Youth Art Month, March 2016.

Ascher

Lauren

Kanit

Sophia

Kainoa

Jack

Lauren

Kainoa (detail)

Blake

Joey (detail)

Lauren (back side)

Ethan

Titus

Titus

Fruit still life set up on each table for the students to make their own compositions and then draw using soft pastels (chalk).

Jack

Elizabeth: chosen for publication in the Summer 2016 edition of  "Celebrating Art."

Kainoa

Blake

Anuhea

Inspired In Hawaii: The children designed posters to reflect good values in cooperation with Ms. Kurisu, HNS Chaplain. One of the most difficult aspects of the assignment, was to show both a problem and a solution in the poster.

Blake

Kanit

Ascher: chosen for publication in "Celebrating Art, " Fall 2015.

Sewing: 2nd graders worked with felt to create pockets, bags, little pillows  and sculptures,their choice.  We achieved some very interesting results.

Irie

Leila

Kainoa

Elizabeth

Lauren

Elizabeth (soft sculpture)

Kanit

Justin

Sophia

Kanit

Ethan

Liliko

Sophia

Alicia

Leila

Elizabeth